Nestled in the Wye Valley
Welcome to White House Farm Glamping in Herefordshire. The river Wye winds it’s way for a mile through our farm, giving you the perfect setting for your glamping getaway. Canoeing, fishing and BBQs on the beach are literally on your doorstep. We’re easy to get to, just 10 minutes drive from Ross-on-Wye and we’re family friendly.
Everything You Need
We provide the adventure of camping but with all the home comforts you need. We make sure all linen and cooking equipment is included for your luxury glamping holiday. All you need to bring is food and smiles!
White House Farm is a family run working farm, you’ll be sharing it with small heard of dairy cows. Say hi!
The Herefordshire countryside at your fingertips
We’ve been featured as one of the top glamping spaces in the UK by The Sunday Times and we’re rated 4.8 stars on Airbnb.
There’s everything that you need for your luxury Wye glamping trip. You can relax in the evening with the outdoor cinema or spend your day exploring the River Wye on our farm. Activities include:
River / secret beach by the river / fishing / canoeing / outdoor cinema / camp fire / BBQ / walking in the Wye Valley Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty / exploring the historic towns of Ross-on-Wye & Hereford / local pubs & restaurants / glamping Ross on Wye / Symonds Yat / Forest of Dean / Weston’s cider factory / Malvern Hills / Brecon Beacons National Park
Welcome to the Wye Valley's family friendly glamping site
Come and create your story.
Enjoy a comfy stay
Tuck up in a luxury tipi or watch a film under the stars with our outdoor cinema. Now that's what I call glamping!
Get back to nature
We're located in the awe-inspiring county of Herefordshire in the West Midlands area. The home of cider, cows and beautiful scenery. The whole of the Wye Valley is on your doorstep.
We've been featured by the likes of The Sunday Times and rated as one of the UK's top glamping sites.
White House Farm Glamping Wye Valley
Welcome to White House on Wye Glamping. Our small award-winning glamping location sits deep in the heart of the beautiful Wye Valley in a small cider apple orchard. The River Wye flows for over a mile through the farm giving guests access to the secret pebble beach and fishing on-site.
The Wye Valley glamping site is family friendly, our large 5 person tipis are perfect for families and kids love exploring the orchard in nature. At White House on Wye Glamping you can escape to the peace and quiet of the West Midlands countryside. We’re all about long summer evenings with great company and great food under the stars. That’s how glamping should be.
We’re in the village of How Caple, which is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty just outside of Ross-on-Wye and close to attractions such as Forest of Dean, Malvern Hills and all of the many other interests in the Wye Valley.
We’re very proud to have been given several awards since launching. In 2019 we were featured by The Sunday Times as one of the UK’s top glamping holidays. In 2018 we were given a hosting award by Booking.com for being a top-rated accommodation partner in the West Midlands.
Tipi glamping Ross-on-Wye
We wanted to create the best family glamping in Herefordshire.
Our glamping location has 5 tipis, 4 that sleep 5 people and 1 that sleeps 4 people. After many years of searching for the right tipis for glamping holidays we found the size we have to be the best as it’s beautiful, large and there’s plenty of space for a whole family or group in each. The tipis are well decorated and come with plug sockets, lighting and heating to keep you warm and cosy. Meaning that while you’re in the countryside, you still have all the necessities of modern life.
We want you to have a hassle-free experience when staying with us. That’s why we include almost everything you need for a comfortable holiday.
We provide all bedding and linen. We’re self-catering and have a great kitchen facility which you can use or each tipi has it’s own private BBQ/firepit. We have a fridge-freezer and kettle which are communal too.
Our glamping orchard has hot showers and toilet facilities on site for guests to use. We added new showers in 2018 which have proved popular and all facilities are cleaned thoroughly after every check-out. Check-in is from 3pm and check-out is at 11am
Get in Contact
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White House Farm
Here we aim to answer some of your most frequently asked questions about visiting our site. You can also take a look at our FAQ page by selecting it in the menu.
Are you a dog friendly glamping location?
When guests come glamping it’s only natural that they want to bring their four legged friend along for their stay too. We often get asked whether we’re pet friendly. We’re animal lovers and allow pets but request that they be kept under control so not to intrude on other guests. It’s worth noting that we’re on a working farm and therefore dogs should be on a lead when near livestock.
Are stag dos or groups welcome?
People also often asked whether we accept bookings for stag and hen parties, groups of adults or large groups. After all, who wouldn’t want to come glamping to celebrate? We’re primarily a family space that is child friendly, but we do accept large groups if they make a private booking for the whole site so that no other guests have their stay disrupted. We’ll also require a security deposit to be paid. Please get in touch with us to organise this.
Can we bring our own tent to come camping?
We’re a site that offers glamping accommodation and we want to prioritise the facilities for our glamping guests. We therefore do not often accept camping. We may occasionally do so on a case by case basis in the quiet season when the facilities have plenty of capacity.
What is there to do while we’re on holiday?
Being based near Ross-on-Wye in the heart of the Wye Valley there are endless things for you to do while on holiday. Nearby we have the Forest of Dean is which perfect for cycling, hiking, GoApe and other activities. Being on the river there is lots to do such as canoeing and fishing. We’re also a drive from the Brecon Beacons National Park and Hay on Wye. For more information and ideas of things to do, take a look at our What To Do page here.